Nov 29, 2021  
Undergraduate/Graduate Catalog 2021-2022 
    
Undergraduate/Graduate Catalog 2021-2022

Writing Intensive (CWRT)


These requirements may be completed at any time.

 

Complete two courses, selected from the following:


AFAM 200 - Introduction to African American Studies  
AMST 220 - Introduction to American Studies 
AMST 399 - Special Topics in American Studies   
ANTH 110 - Introduction to Folklore  
ANTH 111 - Myth and Culture  
ANTH 212 - Africa Through Film  
ANTH 213 - Latin American Peoples and Cultures  (beginning Spring 2012)
ANTH 215 - The Caribbean  
ANTH 230 - Culture, Health and Illness  
ANTH 307 - Anthropology of Religion  
ANTH 324 - Seminar: New England Ethnic and Regional Communities  
ANTH 340 - Myths and Peoples of the Ancient Near East  
ARTH 214 - Global Art History Study Tour  
ARTS 215 - Global Studio Art Study Tour I  
ARTS 415 - Global Studio Art Study Tour II  
COMM 256 - Film History  
COMM 258 - Communication Studies Travel Course - All Majors (Writing Intensive)  
COMM 261 - Global Cinema  (beginning Spring 2021)
COMM 458 - Communication Studies Advanced Travel Course (Writing Intensive)  
CRJU 241 - Women and Violence  
CRJU 290 - Mental Health in the Criminal Justice System  
CRJU 346 - Criminal Procedure  
CRJU 347 - Restorative and Transformative Justice  
CRJU 350 - Behind the Walls: Crime and Justice  
CRJU 369 - Gender, Crime and Justice  
DANC 251 - Dance History 
ELED 222 - Digital Literacy and Technology Integration in the PreK-6 Classroom  
ENGL 200 - Personal and Public Writing  
ENGL 201 - Technical Writing I  
ENGL 202 - Business Communication  
ENGL 206 - Sustainability: Reading and Writing the Environment 
ENGL 207 - Technical Writing I for English Majors  
ENGL 211 - Literary Classics of Western Civilization to 1600  
ENGL 214 - The Classical Tradition  
ENGL 216 - Early Irish and Celtic Literature  
ENGL 221 - Major British Writers to 1800  
ENGL 222 - Major British Writers since 1800  
ENGL 231 - Major American Writers to 1865  
ENGL 232 - Major American Writers since 1865  
ENGL 233 - Introduction to the African American Novel 
ENGL 235 - Topics in Native American Literature 
ENGL 241 - Shakespeare  
ENGL 251 - Literary Themes  
ENGL 252 - Literary Types  
ENGL 253 - Non-Western Literature  
ENGL 254 - Literature for Elementary Education Majors  
ENGL 255 - East Asian Literature in Translation  
ENGL 261 - Film Study: Introduction to the Art  
ENGL 262 - Film Study: Literature and Film  
ENGL 269 - Classic Children’s Literature  
ENGL 280 - The Journalistic Essay  
GEOG 381 - Latin America: Globalization and Cohesion  
GEOG 386 - Geography of Canada  
HIST 161 - History and Culture of Mexico  
INTD 200 - Introduction to Canadian Studies  (beginning Fall 2014)
LTAC 201 - Introduction to Latin American and Caribbean Studies  
MENA 460 - Seminar on Middle East and North Africa  
MUSC 260 - Introduction to Western Classical Music  
PHIL 155 - World Philosophy  
PHIL 213 - Philosophies of China and Japan  
PHIL 222 - Philosophy of Law  
PHIL 225 - Philosophy of Art  
PHIL 228 - Philosophy of Religion  
PHIL 231 - Amoralism, Egoism and Altruism  
PHIL 234 - Free Will, Determinism and Responsibility  
PHIL 261 - SEISMIC Problems: Science, Values and Society  
PHIL 301 - Ancient Philosophy  
PHIL 302 - Medieval Philosophy  
PHIL 303 - Modern Philosophy  
PHIL 304 - 19th Century Philosophy  
PHIL 306 - 20th Century Philosophy  
PHIL 212 - Classical Buddhist and Hindu Philosophy  
PHIL 320 - Topics in Philosophy  
PHIL 402 - Epistemology  
PHIL 403 - Ethics and Action  
PHIL 404 - Philosophy of Mind  
PHIL 405 - Metaphysics  
POLI 274 - Western Political Thought - Plato to the Present  
POLI 285 - Law and the Judicial Process  
POLI 330 - Politics of East Asia  
READ 201 - Teaching Content Area Literacies in Elementary and Early Childhood Classrooms  
SOCI 204 - Gender, Sexuality and Society  
SOCI 211 - Homelessness in U.S. Society  
SOCI 214 - Middle Eastern Societies  
SOCI 219 - Population and Society  
SOCI 226 - Food and Society  
SOCI 232 - Understanding Japanese Society  
SOCI 239 - Unequal Spaces  
SOCI 256 - City Neighborhoods: Exploring the Formation of Urban Enclaves  
SOCI 315 - Race and Ethnicity in America  (beginning Spring 2014)
SOCI 337 - Environmental Sociology  
SOCI 347 - Immigration and Migration: A Sociological Perspective  
SOCI 353 - Experiencing World Cities  (beginning Spring 2014)
SOCI 360 - Feminist Theory in Sociology   
THEA 219 - Introduction to Latin American and Caribbean Theatre  
WGSS 240 - Critical Perspectives in Women’s and Gender Studies  

XXXX199 First Year Seminar and writing intensive XXXX299 Second Year Seminars may also be used.


NOTE: Writing Intensive (CWRT) courses, XXXX 199 First Year Seminars and writing intensive XXXX 299 Second Year Seminars, DO NOT count toward the upper-level Writing Designated in the Major (CWRM) requirement. CWRM is an additional requirement. CWRM courses may not be used to fulfill the CWRT requirement.